Memorial service
Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019
11:00 AM
Twin Peaks Seventh-Day Church
Louisville, CO
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Albert Charles "Chuck" Bond

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Albert Charles "Chuck" Bond Obituary
It is with great sadness that the family of Albert Charles Bond, known as Chuck, announces his passing on Dec. 14, 2018 at home in Hospice Care after a sudden and debilitating stroke. Chuck will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 59.5 years, Verlin; his children, Karen (Jeff), John (Diane) and Joe. He will also be fondly remembered by his 10 grandchildren: Karen and Jeff's 5 sons - Ben, Theo, Tim, Willy, Zeke; John and Diane's three sons - Jeremy, Ryan, Cory; Joe's two daughters - Danielle and Charlotte; and his three great-grandchildren - Nicole, Caiden, Aliyah. Family includes Jeremy's fiancé Jen, Ben's wife Marissa, Cory's ex-wife Ally, and Joe's girlfriend Glenda. Memorial service to be held on Sunday, January 20, at 11:00 AM, at Twin Peaks Seventh-Day Church, Louisville, Colorado. All friends of the family are welcome to attend the service and reception. Chuck graduated from UC Berkeley, California, and was a US Marine. Chuck's career was as a Real Estate Appraiser first working for Division of Highways in San Francisco, California, later became an independent appraiser for many years; and on retirement, became a currier for Ball Aerospace, a school bus driver and lastly a sign putter-outer and picker-upper for Karen's Co. He loved to write, study languages, camp, make bonfires, backpack, travel, have unusual adventures, ski, sing in choirs - Broomfield and Church, act in skits, play dominos-chicken foot, canasta, do water aerobics, yoga, eat at Broomfield Senior center, visit with friends, listen to music, and be with his wife and family. Chuck wrote a book, "Five Sleeping Bags and Tickets to Europe", which is a true story about a six-month camping trip with his wife and children in 1977. And he created a second book titled, "My Word's" that is a collection of some of the many stories and poems that he wrote. He completed his last book just days before his death. Chuck and Verlin attended three churches in Colorado - City on the Hill in Boulder; Flatiron Community in Lafayette, along with Twin Peaks Seventh Day Adventist. Chuck was a talented wonderful man, husband, father, and friend. Rather than flowers, donations in memory of Chuck can be made to Local Marine Corps Vets or the Semper Fi Fund via email or online.
Published in The Daily Camera on Jan. 13, 2019
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